A publicly available 75-page PDF that covers the origins of privacy in the US and how privacy has evolved in the US from GLBA, HIPAA, FCRA, FERPA, COPPA, ECPA, CFAA, CFPA and more recently CCPA and the impacts of...
Medical Informatics Engineering, Inc. (MIE) has paid $100,000 to the Office for Civil Rights (OCR) at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and has agreed take corrective action to settle potential violations of the Health Insurance Portability...
CALL FOR RESEARCHERS – TOPIC: THIRD PARTY INFORMATION MANAGEMENT CONSIDERATIONS
For those who are working on projects using the agile methodology, it may be a good idea to review Mr. Tony Adams book Agile Leadership:  A leaders’ guide to Orchestrating Agile Strategy, Product Quality and IT Governance available on...
Another unfortunate case of a ransomware attack on a municipality. Read more here and how they may end up paying the ransom.
This complimentary webinar provides a method for creating Records and Information Governance “Champions” in your organization. You will improve your leadership skills with the practical methods demonstrated in this session and you will walk away feeling empowered and encouraged...
A good article one could share with colleagues on the pitfalls of email and how to better organize email.
Why people working from home could create organizational risk from simply printing and recycling paper. Read more here.
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Description from registration site: Are organizations making sufficient progress in developing information governance (IG) programs? How can you determine if your program is ahead of the IG curve or is striving to catch up? At ARMA InfoCon 2019, ARMA...
Robert Smallwood’s latest book on Information Governance is part of the HIMSS book series.  The book is titled: Information Governance for Healthcare Professionals: A Practical Approach.  Some of the highlights of the book are: A lot of Sedona Conference references.  The Sedona Conference...
There’s little documentation explaining how these systems were built decades ago, so government agencies and companies often relied on programmers remembering how it was done -- COBOL “folklore"
2020 didn't kick off well for some Google Photo users as yet another breach occurs.
Check out the article here.
Check out the video below introducing the new CIGO association and certification.
Image from Pixabay.com by Amy Cavendish October 8, 2020 There have been numerous stories of individuals becoming rich as they invest in cryptocurrency. Because of the surge in crypto value, cyber-attackers are escalating efforts in a bid to lay their hands on...